Dave Dombrowski served as the Red Sox' President of Baseball Operations for just over four years. In that span, the Red Sox' championship last October stands as the pinnacle of his achievements while on the job.
In 2018, a franchise with more than a century of history set a club record for most regular-season wins, that easily outclassed the competition in the postseason going 11-3. They never trailed in any of their three postseason series and were tied (1-1 with the Yankees in the ALDS) only once.
But his time spent in Boston is more complicated than wins and losses.
Here's a look at the good and the bad associated with Dombrowski's tenure: